Best Of The Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast: GOP’s Crisis Of Conscience, War On Drugs Targeted Blacks, America Still Can’t Deal With Blacks That Are Unbought & Unbossed


In this special edition of The Best Of The Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast:

Donald Trump And The GOP’s Crisis Of Conscience

Roland Martin breaks down Crisis Of Conscience Republicans are experiencing when it comes to GOP presidential frontrunner Donald Trump.

Listen to the roundtable discussion featuring Roland Martin, Republican Strategist, Karen Fagen; Washington Post Columnist, EJ Dionne; and Rich Lowery on ABC’s This Week with George Stephanopoulos addressing Trump’s campaign.

Nixon’s War On Drugs Targeted Blacks And Hippies

President Richard Nixon’s top adviser, John Ehrlichman, says the War on Drugs targeted Blacks and hippies.

Martin explained the Ehrilichman comment about African Americans and the War on drugs proves that Blacks in America have NEVER had sustained access to freedom in America. “Here were Black folks looking to fully access what it mean to be an American and Ehrlichman confirms the government’s plan to destroy that chance.” 

America Still Can’t Deal With African Americans That Are Unbought, Unbossed & Demand Respect

“I ain’t taking a backseat to nobody …” – Roland Martin

In America there are some individuals who can’t handle a Black man with power who is unbought and unbossed. In this special edition of The Roland Martin Show Audio Podcast, Martin breaks down America’s problem with powerful African American men and women who understand exactly who they are and are not afraid to demand respect.

Maritn also explains the double standard in America where if you are Black in America you are not allowed to show emotion, passionately express your opinion or challenge someone without being considered an angry, hateful Black person.

All that and more in this edition of “The Roland Martin Show” Audio Podcast.

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